Pictured (from left) is the first-place team of Richard Stansell, Mike Roeser, and Ken Kirby.
For the 29th year, golfers teed off in the annual Piedmont College Alumni Association’s Coach Cave Memorial Golf Tournament, held at The Orchard Golf and Country Club Nov. 7, 2017.
Finishing in first place with a score of 52 in the best-ball tournament were Richard Stansell, Mike Roeser, and Ken Kirby. The second-place team, with a score of 57, included Joshua Gragg, Josh Trotman, Kevin Allen, and Carlos Santana. The third-place winners were Chris Black, Tamora Black, and Bennett Black, with a score of 58.
JD McGuirt earned the longest drive trophy, while Tom Dimitroff, James Jennings, and Kerry Waller picked up closest-to-the-pin awards.
The tournament is named for the late Leon O’Neal Cave, who served as a coach and athletic director at Piedmont from 1948 to 1983. “Thank you to all the golfers and sponsors for making the Coach Cave Tournament successful,” director Justin Scali said. “This year, more than $4,000 was raised to support the Coach Cave Scholarship and general athletic funding.”